Tiger Woods for the first time in over 300 days has returned back to pro golf, and it appears that he is playing much better than he has in his recent comeback attempts at the PGA Hero World Challenge.
Tiger Woods is arguably one of the greatest golfers of all time, and he has changed the game of golf since his first PGA Tour start, which was February 2nd, 1992 at only 16 years of age.
Could this be the rest and the comeback Tiger has needed? Tiger has been fighting back problems for a the past few years and now claims that he doesn’t feel any more pain in his back. It is no secret that he looks as confident as he once was out there, and there are no more questions that he is golfing at a high level once again.
Tiger is -7 heading into the weekend and is fighting to win in his first tournament back. He started off Friday with an opening 5 under score of 31, even taking the tournament lead at one point, but eventually dropped a couple shots on the back 9 for a score of 4 under 68.
260 yards. 2-iron.
— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) November 30, 2017
Every golf and sports fan would want nothing more than to see Tiger fist pumping this Sunday wearing his red Nike polo at the Hero World Challenge.